PembrokeCopyright Richard Webb


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Tel code: 01646 | code search
Postcode: SA71 | code search
Population: 8000
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Birthplace of:
Henry VII
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Fiddle Festival of Wales
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Lamphey Hall Hotel
"Bad Points: We booked "Full board" and thought it petty to be charged for vegetables in addition to our main course at Dinner. General review: Well satisfied thank you.

Date visited: 2009-12-20 ..." More

Lamphey Hall Hotel
"Good Points: Spotlessly clean. Bad Points: Plumbing issues. Bath waste overflows when emptying sink. Sink plug will not stay down unless you hold it there until the sink is full. Simple ..." More

Lamphey Hall Hotel
"This IS NOT a child friendly establishment, from the poor service to the open pond easily accessable to young children. We have been frequent visitors to Lamphey Hall for many years. ..." More

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This charming walled town dates back over 900 years and is famous for its Norman Castle, one of Britain's finest and one of the best known in Wales. It was the birthplace of Henry VII, founder of the Tudor dynasty.
Along the main street with its predominance of Georgian buildings you'll find a variety of shops, banks and restaurants. The mill pond runs parallel to the main street and is a peaceful spot to watch the swans, herons, ducks and other water birds. You may even be lucky enough to spot an otter. Population 8,000


Lamphey Palace
Museum Of The Home
Pembroke Castle


Travelodge Pembroke Dock *book online*


Trefalen Farm
Windmill Hill Farm


Freds Taxi




Dental Surgery


Argyle Medical Group
Castlegate Surgery
Crunerry House

Estate Agent

Frank B Mason & Co
Thomas Guy FRICS
West Wales Properties

Health and Fitness Club

Ivybridge Spa
Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa


Pembroke Country Market

Pub and Bar

Castle Inn
Old Cross Saws Inn

Swan Inn
Watermans Arms


Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa
Lantern Grill
Watermans Arms


Monkton Priory CP School
Orielton C P School


Greathead & Whitelock


Castle Cars
Sandys Cabs


Kingstone House

Sports Clubs

Lamphey TC (Tennis)


Pets Paradise
West One
Gatehouse Gallery
Jan Gregson

Places to Stay near Pembroke

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The Coach House Hotel (0.09 miles)

The tastefully refurbished Coach House Hotel was once a coaching Inn dating back to medieval times. It has been said that many visiting gentry rested here before continuing their journey.

The gardens of our hotel run ... More | visit website

High Noon (0.16 miles)

High Noon

A friendly family run Guest House situated in the historic town of Pembroke with a peaceful location. Just ten minutes level walk to the magnificent castle, millpond walk and town amenities.

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Lamphey Hall Hotel (1.63 miles)

Lamphey Hall Hotel

Lamphey Hall is Pembrokeshires best kept secret. All rooms are being individually designed and a high standard A traditional and quiet family run country-house hotel,formerly a rectory with a lively Bistro bar set in mature ... More | visit website

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Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa (1.67 miles)

Lamphey Court Hotel & Spa
Lamphey Court is a traditional Pembrokeshire Georgian Mansion, sympathetically restored and set in its own sunny sheltered grounds. It has been established as one of Pembrokeshire's leading country house hotels with the added attraction of a superb leisure ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Pembroke Dock (2.06 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Cleddau Bridge Hotel (2.07 miles)

Cleddau Bridge Hotel

Whether you choose the Cleddau Bridge Hotel for a 'get away from it all' break, a business venue where the relaxing atmosphere will allow you to concentrate on the job in hand, or simply as ... More | visit website

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Lower Lamphey Park (2.13 miles)

Lower Lamphey Park

Lamphey Park is a small Georgian house situated in open countryside three miles from the beautiful South Pembrokeshire coast. We are close to Pembroke and Tenby and some of the finest coastal scenery and beaches ... More | visit website

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The Blickerage B & B (2.50 miles)

Situated in Hundleton, just 3 miles drive to the historic town of Pembroke, home to Britain's only coastal national park. Pembrokeshire boasts stunning scenery and a unique heritage and culture with plenty to see and ... More | visit website
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Rosedene Guesthouse (2.75 miles)

Rosedene Guesthouse
Located within 1 mile of the spectacular coastal footpath & 1.5 from the golden sands of Freshwater East, glorious scenery, walking, golf & castles are all nearby. Situated alongside the village green just below the ... More | visit website
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Beggars Reach Hotel (2.91 miles)

Beggars Reach Hotel

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A little Welsh secret waiting to be discovered, Beggars Reach was formerly a Victorian Rectory and is now a wonderful hotel in a haven of Welsh tranquility. Beggars Reach is ... More | visit website

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